Just a short walk from Capri Town, the Gardens of Augustus are great for leisurely walks. With views of the sea and the soft fragrance of Mediterranean flora floating by, you might just think you’ve stumbled across Eden.
Located just in front of Hotel Punta Tragara, this observation point is arguably one of the best viewpoints in Capri. You will enjoy sublime views of the Faraglioni, which are three limestone stacks that rise from the sea below. From the right side of the terrace, a path leads to the Pizzolungo, one of the island's most beautiful walks. Follow the Pizzolungo to the Natural Arch, and take plenty of photos along your way.
At 589 meters, this mountain is the highest point in Capri. You can take a well marked path to the top or a chairlift. Either way, you'll be greeted with a panoramic view of the Gulf of Naples. From this vantage point, you can get also snap photos of the Faraglioni rock formations as they jut out of the Mediterranean.
Accessible by boat, the Blue Grotto is a long, magical sea cave where sunlight shines through an underwater cavity bathing the interior with luminous blue. The colour creates a fantastical scene worthy of a thousand pictures and well worth the trip. In Roman times, Emperor Tiberius used the cave as his personal swimming spot.